Bolivia Drink Recipe (non-alcohol please)

by Allison G
(Ma. USA)

Hi I'm in 6th grade and i need an easy Bolivian drink recipe for my class of 100 people please help!!!

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May 18, 2015
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Bolivian Lemonade
by: BoliviaBella.com

Maliyah, why don't you try making Lemonade Bolivian Style (it's not the same as in other places).

May 17, 2015
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Helppp!
by: Maliyah

Hi I'm a 6th grader and I need a drink for 36 people for my class because I'm Bolivia and I need a drink 😂👍!!

Nov 30, 2011
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I found help!
by: Keke

Hi i'm in sixth grade too and i am making a menu and of course it has to be a Bolivian restaurant i need help finding more but i fount two drinks and i thought these might help you Chicha Colla, somo, and mocochinchi. I know moco means buggers in spanish but trust me its not a drink made of burgers or meat it just made out of peaches

May 05, 2011
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help !
by: Anonymous

help! i'm in sixth grade and i need to get a bolivian drink recipe for a class of 16 ! olivia mccarthy

Mar 20, 2011
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good advice
by: Anonymous

Very simple and easy to do quickly just beware that the sugar will stick to the bottom of the pan after it is poured with cinnomin tea but it will cook off!:D

Dec 27, 2010
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Recipe for Mocochinchi
by: Pablingo

Boil cinnamon sticks in plenty of water until the water turns a nice pink color. In a deep pot, melt plenty of sugar, stirring constantly, until it caramelizes. CAREFULLY pour the cinnamon "tea" over the caramelized sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved. In Bolivia, this would also include a small dried peach soaked in syrup, but I don't know where you'd get those. This is pretty close as is.

Jun 01, 2010
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Not quite Bolivia...
by: Lucy

...but delicious and non-alcoholic at any rate

http://yovia.com/blogs/stationerysavings/2010/04/08/summer-punch-recipes/?gcid=yovia59

May 25, 2010
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Sweet and Sour Non-Alcoholic Beverage
by: Chef Noly

Hi Allison,

In addition to looking at Bella's beverage page you might want to look at this week's Wacataya Wednesday recipe. The recipe is for a cocktail but there is a delicious non-alcoholic version that's sweet and sour and made up of an exotic fruit. I actually prefer the non-alcoholic version myself, its very tasty and refreshing.

The fruit juice in the recipe is easy to find in international markets or the Mexican food section of your local grocery store. You can reach the recipe by visiting Bella's Wacataya Wednesday page at http://www.boliviabella.com/bolivia-food.html or going directly to my food blog at http://www.nolysinc.blogspot.com.

Normally, we publish the post on Wednesdays but we will post it early for you. It will be available tonight after 8pm CST.

We'd love to know what drink you decide to make and what everyone's reaction is to it so please come back and leave us a comment.

Enjoy!
Chef Noly

May 25, 2010
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Bolivia Drink Recipe (non-alcohol please)
by: BoliviaBella

Hi Allison
You may want to try one of the juices or drinks on our Bolivian Beverages recipe page here. You'll probably have to multiply the recipe to make enough for 100 people. I think the easiest is the Linasa (raw linseed juice) because you can purchase linasa in the US in stores like Whole Foods - either the whole seeds or sometimes they have it in flakes.

In case linseed juice sounds really awful, try it. You are gonna be sooooooooo surprised at how refreshing and delicious it is. It's my favorite juice during the hot summer because it's really refreshing. Even more than lemonade.

Anyway, there are some other interesting drinks on that page too. I'd sure love if you came back to share with us how your dinner went and what drink recipe you decided to try, and did everybody love or hate it hahaha.

Good luck!
Bella.

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